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The comfortable InterCityHotel Essen is just a five minute walk away from Essen's central station. Business and leisure travelers can easily access all of the city's attractions and places of interest. The Essen Cathedral is about 650 m away from the hotel and the Essen Exhibition Center is about 5 km away.
Highlights: WiFi (complimentary), nutritious buffet breakfast, restaurant with regional and national dishes, bar, FreeCityTicket for free use of public transportation in Essen, airport shuttle (extra charge), 4 conference and event rooms accommodating up to 180 people.Relax in the pleasant atmosphere of our 167 comfortable rooms. Amenities include air-conditioning, flatscreen TV with Sky Sport and Bundesliga, radio, a large desk, laptop-safe and minibar.
Review by CHD6265
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
4.0/5.0 - Based on 166 ratings
„Excellent business hotel “
Review by shambolic65
„Good hotel for short break “
Review by TheYuppies
„convenient for exploring the city“
Review by edwinvd101
„A standard hotel from the Steigenberger Group InterCity stable“
Review by Freischutz
In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. This enables guests to use all of the local public transport free of charge.
Sleep in comfort in a room up to 20 sqm in size. With modern furnishings and a spacious bathroom with shower/WC and underfloor hearting, you will enjoy a relaxing stay in our standard rooms. The rooms feature:
Put your feet up and relax in the 5 air-conditioned studios at InterCityHotel Essen, each measuring 26 sqm and featuring a queen-size bed or 2 separate beds, a cozy seating corner and a modern bathroom with underfloor heating, a shower and a WC.
A photographic art project by Angelika Unterreiner and Alwina Simon.
A short way to describe the concept of the two communication design students could be entitled "Impressions of Essen as a subjective perception of a person". This "person" leads the observer of the images to various interesting and prominent places in and around Essen. The other photographs show what the person sees as well as the given impressions. Still, the person is never spotlighted as an own personality but is always kept relatively vague by photographic means in the illustration. This way, the observer gets the possibility to identify oneself with the person and to see the city through its eyes.